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25 June 2005

Associated Press photos and captions.

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** EDITORS NOTE: GRAPHIC CONTENT ADDS DETAIL** An Iraqi man tries to help 12-year-old Laith Falah, lying next to a bicycle after his leg was blown off by a bomb blast in Baghdad, Iraq Thursday, June 23, 2005. At least two car bombs exploded just after dawn Thursday in Baghdad's middle-class Karada area, a central shopping district. Police reported casualties but had no details. Falah said that he was in the capital's Karradah area early morning Thursday to buy bread for breakfast for him and his three sisters when the explosion occured. (AP Photo/Hadi Mizban)

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Iraqi boy Laith Falah, 12, is wheeled into a Baghdad, Iraq hospital after his leg was blown off in a morning double car bomb attack in Baghdad which killed at least 15 and wounded 28 more Thursday June 23, 2005. Falah said that he was in the capital's Karradah area early morning Thursday to buy bread for the breakfast of he and his three sisters when the explosion occured. (AP Photo/Karim Kadim)

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In this March 26, 2005, photo released by the U.S. Marines, Lance Cpl. Holly Charette, 21, Cranston, R.I, is seen at Camp Blue Diamonnd, in Ar Ramadi, Iraq. Charette, died Thursday after a vehicle carrying explosives struck her vehicle in Fallujah, Iraq, the Defense Department said. A suicide bomber struck Charette's convoy as she and a group of Marines returned to their base Thursday. At least four Marines, including Charette, were killed and 11 of the 13 injured troops were women, the Pentagon said Saturday. Gov. Don Carcieri on Saturday ordered state flags lowered in honor Charette. (AP Photo/U.S. Marines, Staff Sgt. Timothy S. Edwards)

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U.S. President George W. Bush gestures during a joint news conference with Iraq's Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, not pictured, in the East Room of the White House Friday, June 24, 2005, in Washington. President Bush assured Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari on Friday "there's not going to be any timetable" for withdrawal of American forces and vowed victory over insurgents attempting to prevent establishment of a democratic government. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)